Join the World History Center for three keynote presentations on the topic of “Teaching Indigenous History as World History” on Saturday June 12 from 9:00am – 12:30pm EST. This event is part of a professional development workshop for teachers hosted by the Alliance for Learning in World History.
Register for the webinar here: https://pitt.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_pAcsmmVZTl2VPv7fNgN1Ag
9:15 AM: Dr. Bonita Lawrence (York University), “Writing Diasporic Indigenous Identities: Connections, Disjunctions and Disavowels”
10:30 AM: Dr. Kyle Mays (UCLA), “Building Anti-Colonial and Anti-Racist Pedagogy: Thoughts on Our Freedom”
11:30 AM: Dr. Alaina E. Roberts (University of Pittsburgh), “Who is Indigenous?: Defining Migration and Identity”
This event is hosted by the Alliance for Learning in World History, based at the University of Pittsburgh’s World History Center and cosponsored by Pitt's African Studies Program, Asian Studies Center, and Global Studies Center.